West Bengal protest

West Bengal: Nine trains cancelled on December 17 amid anti-CAA and NRC protest

According to information shared by the railway authority, a total of 15 trains, including the Howrah Express from Tirupati and Ernakulam, were cancelled, while 10 trains, including the Shalimar Express from Tiruvananthapuram, were partially cancelled following the agitation on Sunday (December 16). Oncoming trains from Puri, Odisha were also cancelled on Monday.

Dec 17, 2019, 00:06 AM IST

CM Mamata Banerjee replies to Governor over his remarks on law and order situation in West Bengal

After the situation became violent in Bengal amidst the CAA and NRC protest, Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar was continuously slamming the government for not taking proper action against the protestors. 

Dec 16, 2019, 20:39 PM IST

Amid anti-Citizenship act protests, West Bengal Governor asks CM Mamata Banerjee to control situation

Talking to media Dhankar pleaded the ministers to remember their oath and respect the rule of law. He further urged the people of West Bengal to maintain peace and extend their helping hands to someone who is in stress. 

Dec 15, 2019, 19:49 PM IST

Protests against NRC and CAA erupts in several districts of West Bengal, train services affected

A massive protest was observed in places of Raghunathganj, Harishankarpur and NH 34 were protestors damaged public properties and raised slogan against the implementation of CAA (Citizenship Act ) and NRC. Railway services were also stopped at Lalgola and Farakka area of Murshidabad district. 

Dec 15, 2019, 16:13 PM IST